Shanel Slater

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Kiss Me, Mi Amor

Recommended for readers craving a fake-relationship romance set amid family drama.

The Applicant

Koca’s unflinching debut is reflective, radical, and brave. Recommended for those interested in literary fiction portraying contemporary artists’ lives and the gritty realities of immigration experiences.

Business or Pleasure

Sweet, steamy, and satisfying, this is sure to please readers.

Anatomy of a Meet Cute

Readers interested in a contemporary drama in a medical setting with well-developed characters and closed-door romance will appreciate this slow-burn from Woolridge (The Bounce Back).

The Decoy Girlfriend

Vale’s (The Shaadi Set-Up) new novel peels back the glamour of celebrity to reveal the romance and beauty of the everyday.

To Catch a Raven

Jenkins’s latest title in the “Women Who Dare” series (following Wild Rain) is steeped in an understanding of the social structures of 19th-century Boston and New Orleans, has complex and emotionally intelligent characters, and steamy scenes. Readers craving historical detail and a bold, brave heroine should put this at the top of their check-out list.

A Perfect Equation

Everett’s second “Secret Scientists of London” novel (following A Lady’s Formula for Love) can be read as a standalone, but the first book’s introduction to plot and characters will help situate readers. This enemies-to-lovers romance is filled with astute observations into societal divisions and will have readers cheering for the women of Athena’s Society.

The Devil Comes Courting

A must-have on historical romance shelves.

Careless Whispers

Readers who crave a romance set amidst family drama and high-stakes business deals will find their perfect match.

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